TSC Associated Neuropsychiatric Disorders: including learning, behaviour, autism and anxiety

These educational events are for people with TSC, their family members and interested health professionals. TSA is also working with our TSC Professionals Network members to hold events specifically for health professionals to increase their understanding of TAND.

Planned educational events in 2018:

Adelaide on Sunday 26 August, 10am to 4pm
Brisbane on Sunday 9 September 10am to 4pm
Sydney on Saturday 22 September 10am to 4pm

Sydney information

Saturday 22 September, 10am to 4pm

This event is supported by the Chandra family in memory of their son Gautam.

Our venue is the Bright Alliance Building, part of the Sydney Children’s and Prince of Wales Hospital campus in Randwick. Entry will be through level 2 of Prince of Wales Hospital on High St. More detailed directions will be provided by email after registration.

Speakers include Professor Petrus de Vries, Dr David Mowat and Clare Stuart.

Registration is $20 per person, which is a contribution to the cost of catering. If cost is a barrier to you attending the event, please contact us so we can arrange a complimentary registration.

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Brisbane information

Sunday 9 September, 10am to 4pm

Our venue is the Translational Research Institute (TRI) at the Princess Alexandra Hospital, 37 Kent St, Woolloongabba. Click here for a map

Speakers include Prof Petrus de Vries, Dr Honey Heussler and Clare Stuart.

Registration is $20 per person, which is a contribution to the cost of catering. If cost is a barrier to you attending the event, please contact us so we can arrange a complimentary registration.

Please consider joining us for a casual, self-funded dinner on Saturday 8 September. Our venue will be The Bent Elbow in Stones Corner. We will email to confirm your RSVP for this dinner.

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Adelaide information

Our Adelaide event was held on Sunday 26 August, 10am to 4pm. Thank you to everyone who joined us for our first event in South Australia.

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Guest Speaker: Professor Petrus de Vries

Professor Petrus de Vries is a child and adolescent psychiatrist at the University of Cape Town, South Africa. He developed an interest in tuberous sclerosis complex (TSC) while training and working in the UK and has since become a clinical and research leader in the field. Petrus is the chair of the consensus conference panel that defined the term TAND to capture all of the neuropsychiatric aspects of TSC and developed the TAND checklist. Petrus will be in Australia for various meetings and projects this year and has kindly volunteered his time for these events.